Monday, December 28, 2009

Computer-Choppers' next is a 24kt gold PS3 Slim


While there are gaming enthusiasts like designer Stephane Perruchon, who took his love for PS3 to another level with the PS3 coffee table, there are Computer-Choppers for the elite class who have PS3 slim under the knives for a gold makeover. The folks over at Computer-Choppers are secretly working on the most exclusive custom gaming console ever, dipped in 24kt gold. The new Sony Playstation 3 Slim will be available in a limited edition of five units only. So, for all those who are looking for an extraordinary gift for the gaming enthusiast in their life, the 24kt gold PS3 .

Sunday, December 27, 2009

Headphones have come alive with first ever commercial crystallized headphones



Headphones have really come alive with the first ever commercial crystallized headphones. The headphones with Swarovski crystals are the result of CrystalRoc teaming up with Audio Technica. The Crystal PRO700s are adorned with over 5000 individual Swarovski crystals to give them the sparkling look and most importantly the heightened detail. Apart from the incredible crystal looks, the crystal clear sound quality on the broadest range of frequencies, from 5 to 30 000 Hz gives another reason to love them every day. The headphones with Swarovski crystals are honestly as if a veil is finally lifted from the audio gear.


Saturday, December 26, 2009

Frank Lampard signature gold plated iPod to support cancer trust


Chelsea captain Frank Lampard has earned a reputation as one of the most durable players in the Premier League but apart from the football, the England midfielder is launching his signature Gold iPod in support of the Teenage Cancer trust charity. Designed by Goldgenie and embellished in 24ct gold, the 3rd generation iPod touch is available in 8GB, 16GB or 32GB capacity and comes with a standard one-year guarantee. Lampard is endorsing the exclusive range of these 24ct gold plated iPods with his laser engraved signature at London’s famous Harrods store. Keeping in view the festive season, charity organizers (Ask Godders Management) would expect these exceptional items to make for a wonderful gift for all Chelsea and football fans alike.

Saturday, November 14, 2009

Bugatti Veyron Driven on Water



Located in an affluent community of Galveston County, Texas, the owner of this Bugatti Veyron was apparently distracted and lost control of his 1001hp hypercar, leaving it beached in the shallows of a salt water lake.

The owner of the video states this is the "third or fourth Veyron crashed" in the area. The driver was uninjuried but now the question of insurance coverage emerges for the $2 million vehicle.

One of the biggest destroyers of an automobile is water, no less the salty kind, in large quantities and for most high volume vehicles, it's a one way ticket to the salvage yard. Water causes corrosion and penetrates the smallest crevices. It especially likes to hide in electrical wiring which can create a multitude of problems at any given time, sometimes even years later.

But the Veyron is no oridnary car, and with such a price tag and lack of collision damage, it's highly unlikely this Bugatti swan is an insurance write off. The passenger cell and quarter panels are constructed of carbon fiber while the doors, front and rear frame extrusions or crash boxes are constructed of aluminum. The only major component constructed of steel is the engine cradle or sub-frame.

So, the biggest concern is not the body as it is impervious to corrosion by water, but instead other components such as engine, driveline, suspension, brakes, turbo system, complex cooling system with its 14 radiators and worst of all, the electrical/electronics are the big concern. Bugatti isn't exactly mass producing replacement parts available in the local VW dealerships, so look for a year or more for this tadpole to hit the road again.

Thursday, November 5, 2009

'Wall of Sound' is the world’s biggest iPod speaker


Apple’s iPod has revolutionized the world of music since its launch in 2001, and it is still the prized gadget of millions around the world. The latest on the list of iPod gadgetry is the world’s biggest iPod speaker called Wall of Sound,” that weighs 102 kilos (225 pounds), stands almost a meter tall and 1.25 meters wide, and can pump up to 125 watts. Completely handmade, the wall is made up of 28 individual speakers, each housed in their own chamber, and it boasts its own tube amplifier hidden away inside. The monstrous wall speaker belittles the iPod dock on the side. This hand-built artistic speaker comes for a matching price tag of $4,500 and reportedly, the first batch is already sold.

Saturday, October 10, 2009

Batman will find it tough to resist this DIY Batmobile replica



We’ve seen a whole lot of Batmobile replicas, but the thing only gets better with time, and till replicas like this are being made, we say keep ’em coming. This Batmobile is all hard work, its creator spent 20,000 hours modifying a 1973 Lincoln Continental to bring to the shape and form of the Batmobile. But that’s only the tip of the iceberg; the vehicle is loaded with gadgets and weaponry, Batman style. It has machine guns, video cameras, height adjustable bodywork, Voice recognition, DVD Player, and a plasma TV, so you know, Batman can get some fun while dispensing vigilante justice.

The Batmobile was built over three and a half years, and has 700 horses under the hood. The car cost a million dollars to build, thereby proving that Bruce Wayne lives in Stockholm, and not the fictional Gotham City as publicized.






Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Suzuki QuadRacer R450 Limited Edition is impressive



The Suzuki QuadRacer R450 Limited Edition, has earned itself a crown of the AMA/ATVA National MX champion, and according to Suzuki, is “indisputably the hottest four-wheeler on the track.” It has a fuel injected 450cc engine and a new piston oil cooling jet to keep the performance top notch. The quad racer has a new aluminum sub-frame, streamlined fuel tank, and more responsive brakes. The $8200 ATV is covered in black for a more aggressive and mystery look, though a red-black version is also available.



Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Amosu unveils world’s most expensive diamond encrusted BlackBerry for $200,366


Alexander Amosu has yet again set his heart on BlackBerry after a slew of BlackBerrys in precious metals including the Pearl Limited Diamond Edition, Tellor and the Pink BlackBerry Bold. The bling king who considers himself the Damien Hurst of his generation, now claims to have created the world’s most expensive diamond encrusted BlackBerry, crafted in solid 18 carat yellow gold and encrusted with 4,459 brilliant cut diamonds (weighing 28.43 carats). The handset is personalized with your name or company logo and comes with a 24-hour global concierge service. Only three diamond-encrusted BlackBerrys will ever be made, and of which one handset costing $200,366 has already been sold to a client in the Middle East.

Friday, August 28, 2009

Hamann Ferrari 599 GTB clad in gold






We’ve seen so many chromed cars in the past few days that the golden Hamann Ferrari 599 GTB almost seems like a welcome change. This ought to put that car’s owner away from those peasants that drive the “normal” Ferrari 599 GTBs. That should be quite an ego-booster, until this person comes across the gold covered Veyron. Also, now that our eyes have returned to normal vision after the initial flash of gold, we think this golden car sucks as much as its chromed counterparts.
The ownr of the car is saudi he is from SAUDI ARABIA

Friday, August 21, 2009

Most expensive furniture Items



We all love to make our homes look great but then just how much are we willing to spend? We browsed through internet scouting for the most expensive furniture items…

Thursday, August 20, 2009

World watches in awe as kid shows how to parallel park Harshpaul | 4 hr. ago


Most of the motorists in the world have trouble with parallel parking. Over the years, many a bruises and scratches have appeared on numerous cars (and humans) with parallel parking gone awry. Well people, it’s time we learnt from the new guru of parallel parking, a kid who gets it right in one smooth motion.

Saturday, July 4, 2009

Limited edition Hublot Selfridges Big Bang watch


In celebration of Selfridges’ centenary year in the retail business, renowned watchmaker Hublothas introduced the limited edition “Selfridges Big Bang” timepiece. Offering the ultimate in shopping experiences, Selfridges’ luxury department store in London has always been an inimitable place for watch enthusiasts. The special edition Selfridges Big Bang timepiece draws inspiration from the classic Big Bang and boasts the Selfridges Pantone 109c color on both the hands and hour markers. The case of the watch has been crafted from black ceramic. The Hublot Selfridges Big Bang watch retails for GBP 11,000 (about $18,100).

Friday, July 3, 2009

MacBook Pro gets the pricey Stealth finish at ColorWare



At $6,000, the limited edition Stealth MacBook Pro from ColorWare isn’t cheap, but the glossy Stealth finish compensates genuinely for the hefty price. ColorWare is offering a limited editionrun of Stealth MacBook Pro units, which feature a custom matte screen that adds to the beauty of the already appealing MacBook Pro. ColorWare’s Stealth finish uses SofTouch technology that adds to its smooth-feeling covert look while protecting the surface from fingerprints. The tech specs include a 15-inch matte widescreen display, 3.06 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor, 8GB 1066MHz DDR3 SDRAM, 256GB solid-state drive, SuperDrive 8x and backlit keyboard. Only 10 examples are available and I see them selling like hot cakes.







Monday, June 29, 2009

Five most expensive hotel rooms in the world


When the well heeled are on the move, they look for the best when it comes to travel lodging. A simple hotel room with a bed, a bathroom and a TV is not just enough for them. Spending as much as £23,000 a night on a hotel room is something only the uber-rich can afford, especially in these tough times. With help from Forbes, Times Online has compiled a list of the five most expensive hotel rooms in the world. Let’s take a sneak peek into the lodging lifestyle of the wealthy travelers.

1. The Hotel Martinez, Cannes, France: Penthouse Suite £22,900 ($37,650) a night


The luxurious Penthouse Suite at Hotel Martinez in boulevard de La Croisette in Cannes includes a sitting room, dining room, two bedrooms, two bathrooms with hammam, shower, a spa bath, mini-bar, dressing room, sauna and a big terrace. Other amenities include videoconferencing, plasma screen, computer and ADSL, satellite TV and Fax.

2. Four Seasons Hotel, New York, USA: Ty Warner Penthouse suite £21,500 ($35,350) a night


It’s a remarkable luxury experience to stay at the Ty Warner Penthouse suite at the Four Seasons Hotel in New York. An upshot of a collaboration between owner Ty Warner, designer Peter Marino and architect I.M. Pei, the exclusive Ty Warner Penthouse suite offers a breathtaking 360-degree view of Manhattan. The nine-room suite features semi-precious stone surfaces to fabrics woven with platinum and gold. Other salient features and services include a personal butler, a personal trainer/therapist and a private chauffeur.

3. Hotel President Wilson, Geneva, Switzerland: Royal Penthouse suite £21,500 ($35,350) a night

The Royal Penthouse suite at Hotel President Wilson features period pieces, majestic views of Lake Geneva and Mont Blanc, a private elevator, surveillance cameras, bulletproof windows, armored doors and bedside panic buttons.

4. Grand Resort Lagonissi, Athens, Greece: The Royal Villa £21,000 ($34,500) a night

The three-bedroom Royal Villa at Grand Resort Lagonissi has everything to impress even the most seasoned traveler. It has an indoor pool, outdoor heated pool, a gym, a private marina, a butler, private chef and a nearby beach. Image Credit.

5. Hotel Cala di Volpe, Costa Smeralda, Italy: Presidential Suite £16,800 ($27,600) a night

The Presidential Suite at Hotel Cala di Volpe is a duplex and features three bedrooms, three bathrooms, an outdoor saltwater pool and a private gazebo and solarium.

Sunday, June 28, 2009

The world’s first Spaceport being built in the USA




Space is the next frontier, and space tourism is probably the next big thing. Space tourists will have a terminus of their own next year when the construction of a Spaceport is completed in New Mexico. Virgin Galactic plans to use the spaceport to send people into orbit, and there are a lot of people interested in the idea. Nearly 45,000 people have already registered for a space trip from the new spaceport.

Each trip will cost the tourists $200,000, and Virgin hopes that it will have a flight every week, with at least six people on board. The spaceport has been designed by London-based architecture firm Foster + Partners. The structure will seek to display the same mystery and drama as a spaceflight is likely to have.



Saturday, June 27, 2009

Land Cruiser Black Bison edition from Wald




Wald International have created an aggressive bodykit for the Land Rover. The kit completely changes the looks of the vehicle with a number of additions to the exterior. Exteriors get a new front bumper with foglights, rear bumper with a diffuser, rear spoiler, quad-pipe exhaust, side skirts and gill extractor vents.

Moving on 21-inch chrome wheels, the kit was initially prepared for Russian and the East European market. But it will be made available to other markets as well. The entire kit costs $6300, and if you want a sport muffler exhaust, that will be another $2500.


Monday, June 22, 2009

The Stig revealed: It’s Michael Schumacher!




The web had been ablaze with rumors saying that Michael Schumacher is The Stig. Well, for the start of their Season 13, the show went ahead and revealed who The Stig really is. The Stig walked up and removed his helmet to show his true face, and yes, that was Schumacher all right. We don’t really believe that, it sounds more elaborate, but almost like the time TG revealed.

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

2009 BMW M Concept: Designer Idries Noah’s answer to the Audi R8


Tired of waiting for BMW to come up with an Audi R8 rival, designer Idreas Noah created this independent design proposal for a sleek, stylish and aggressive Beemer. Inspiration for the design came from flowing water and ripples, and the sides are inspired by what’s called in surfing terms “a barrel or tube.” The concept runs on a tweaked 5-l V10 from the M6, that would generate more than 400kW power. Dimensions for the M Concept are nearly the same as its targeted rival, the Audi R8.


Thursday, June 4, 2009

Xbox Project Natal the new way to paly games


Introducing Project Natal, a revolutionary new way to play: no controller required. See a ball? Kick it, hit it, trap it or catch it. If you know how to move your hands, shake your hips or speak you and your friends can jump into the fun - the only experience needed is life experience.

And for me this E3 is about breaking down barriers.

BTHECHAMP
The Project

Let's Meet Milo

Paint Party - Natal

Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Transforming Cargo Pickup concept looks toyish



The electric truck can shift to variable tracks and wheelbase to accommodate the said configurations. To further reduce its footprint on the road, when not in use, the storage compartment can be detached from the vehicle.